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    Interesting to see that Basque and Welsh people...

    Interesting to see that Basque and Welsh people have more than 50% of their mtdna haplogroup (H1+h3+J) in common besides having both more than 80% of R1b P312.
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    Philosophy is a compulsory subject for scientific...

    Philosophy is a compulsory subject for scientific students at the lycée which means that they also have to write a philosophy essay for the baccalaureate.
  3. 88% of haplogroup H found in central european Bell Beaker

    http://forwhattheywereweare.blogspot.de/2013/04/central-european-bell-beaker-mtdna-88-h.html



    The unusual rate of haplogroup mtdna H in this central european site reinforce the hypothesis that...
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    I didn't know that Tacitus considered te...

    I didn't know that Tacitus considered te Caledonii Teutonic. It reminds me of the Irish tribe of the "Cauci" which was also considered germanic.
  5. Thank you for the exhaustive answer Maciamo. ...

    Thank you for the exhaustive answer Maciamo.
    I'm wonderig if haplgroups J and T presence in northern Europe are responsible for the fact that scandinavian are dolycocepahlic like middle east...
  6. Which Y haplogroups do yo think carried the men...

    Which Y haplogroups do yo think carried the men who came with J and T females?
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    According to Jürgen Udolph, hydronymy shows that...

    According to Jürgen Udolph, hydronymy shows that the Proto-Germanic homeland is Central germany which would be very close to the Homeland of Italic and Celtic languages. I'm wondering if some...
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    It is possible that Horses have also been...

    It is possible that Horses have also been domesicated in the Iberian Peninsula. As wikipedia states:


    It would explain the specific Basque word for Horses.
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    te Italo Celtic family

    To me it seems like Celtic arrived first in western Europe during the early bronze age or even earlier and that the Urnfield spread both the Germanic parent language and Lustatian to the north and...
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    Germanic and Italic language families

    In A Grammar of Proto-Germanic by Winfred P. Lehmann, it is argued that the Germanic language family shares more vocabulary with the Italic family than with the Celtic language family.


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    Prehistoric Danes to be genetically mapped

    http://cphpost.dk/news/national/prehistoric-danes-be-genetically-mapped
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    The guy tried at least to do it in accordance...

    The guy tried at least to do it in accordance with sound laws, as shown in this video:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jlcV7DYL3o&feature=plcp
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    How proto IE sounded like?

    I've found this interesting video of a recronstructed speech in proto IE.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJ-Ru9djdmU&feature=channel&list=UL


    Does it sound like anything living language to...
  14. If I remember well, the cultures east of the Ural...

    If I remember well, the cultures east of the Ural mountains (Botai, Kelterminar) in present day Kazakhstan had nothing in common with the cultures of the Volga Ural region.
    While the Pontic steppe...
  15. http://www.lexpress.fr/actualites/1/actualite/deco...

    http://www.lexpress.fr/actualites/1/actualite/decouverte-en-corse-d-une-sepulture-multiple-vieille-de-9-000-ans_1031271.html

    A team of French archeologist has tried last year to extract dna from...
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    In David Anthony's book, it is nowhere written...

    In David Anthony's book, it is nowhere written that:

    1) Maykop was Indo European (Actually he thinks that Caucasian borrowings into proto IE occured with the contacts between Maykop and Yamnaya)....
  17. In German wikipedia, is written that a form Pre...

    In German wikipedia, is written that a form Pre German (before the First sound shift) was spoken as south as the Unetice culture.



    So it makes a Nordic origin of the Germanic languages...
  18. I agree with you, Jastorf extended into Northern...

    I agree with you, Jastorf extended into Northern and Central Germany but not westward along the North sea and in a lots of places which are today U106 hotspots. According to the Nordwestblock...
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    The patricians were probably more mixed with the...

    The patricians were probably more mixed with the Etruscan thans the plebeians since the Etruscans once ruled Rome.
    As for the slaves in Rome, hundred of thousands of them were Celts (after the...
  20. I agree with you. U106 is actually high in the...

    I agree with you. U106 is actually high in the area that some scholars call the "Nordwestblock" that was neither Germanic nor Celtic. The Nordic migrations in the iron age towards the south had the...
  21. Thank you. I'm impressed by the amount of...

    Thank you. I'm impressed by the amount of aboriginal (non IE) words in the proto German vocabulary , probably borrowed from the Funell beaker folks
  22. Separation between Scandinavian and other Germanic languages

    When did the separation between Scandinavian and other Germanic languages occur?
    Has a common Germanic language ever been spoken in Scandinavia (or pre-proto Germanic since it lacked the Grimm's...
  23. Which kind of discriminations? French power...

    Which kind of discriminations? French power exclusively allowed the use of "Parisian French" over regional languages not jut the Breton. Is that the discrimination you were thinking of? By the way,...
  24. 10% seems to work pretty well with I1 (though we...

    10% seems to work pretty well with I1 (though we could have add U106 too) and the German "ethnicity". However, the dominance of one haplogroup in a certain area (typically R1b P312 in western Europe)...
  25. I didn't disagree with your minimum admixture...

    I didn't disagree with your minimum admixture part, I'm just arguing about.
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